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Sports - February 6, 2019
Orlando targets electronic games and e-sports to attract new visitors
The city has already hosted several events, such as the first Call of Duty World League Championship in 2017, considered the Super Bowl of video game events. It attracted thousands of attendees and showed off Orlando as a viable place for future esports competitions.
“We put the task force in place and we’ve had three meetings so far to talk about strategy and how we are going to position ourselves as an esports destination and hub for the future,” Siegel commented in an article in the Orlando Business Journal.
Siegel believes the game industry could become even bigger. “I think without question, there is a chance in the near future future, egaming – those kinds of opportunities will be Olympic sports and they will be represented at the NCAA level,” he said to OBJ.